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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010EditorialBORGONOVO Emanuele; SALTELLI Andrea; TARANTOLA StefanoContributions to Conferences
2003Editorial. SAMO 2001: Methodological Advances and Innovative Applications of Sensitivity Analysis.TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2007Estimating the Approximation Error when Fixing Unessential Factors in Global Sensitivity AnalysisSOBOL' Ilya; TARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORA; KUCHERENKO Sergei; MAUNTZ WolfgangArticles in Journals
2012Estimation of global sensitivity indices for models with dependent variablesKUCHERENKO Sergei; TARANTOLA Stefano; ANNONI PaolaArticles in Journals
2007European Innovation Scoreboard 2006 - Comparative Analysis of Innovation PerformanceTARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORA; HOLLANDERS HugoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007European Innovation Scoreboard 2006: Strengths and Weaknesses ReportTARANTOLA STEFANO; GATELLI DEBORAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008European Innovation Scoreboard: New Theoretical Advances and Visualization ToolsTARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008European Innovation Scoreboard: Strategies to Measure Country Progress Over TimeTARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2014Evaluating Ranking Robustness in Multi-Indicator Uncertain Matrices: An Application Based on Simulation and Global Sensitivity AnalysisROCCO Claudio; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in books
2010Evaluation of MARS modeling technique for sensitivity analysis of model outputSHAHSAVANI Davood; TARANTOLA Stefano; RATTO MarcoContributions to Conferences
2006Exploratory Sensitivity Analysis of CropSyst, WARM and WOFOST: a Case-Study with Rice Biomass SimulationsCONFALONIERI ROBERTO; ACUTIS MARCO; BELLOCCHI GIANNI; CERRANI Iacopo; TARANTOLA STEFANO; DONATELLI MARCELLO; GENOVESE GIAMPIEROArticles in Journals
2006Exploratory Sensitivity Analysis of CropSyst, WARM and WOFOST: a Case-study with Rice Biomass Simulations (Analisi Esplorativa della Sensibilità di CropSyst, WARM and WOFOST: un Caso di Studio con Simulazioni di Biomassa del Riso)CONFALONIERI ROBERTO; ACUTIS MARCO; BELLOCCHI GIANNI; CERRANI Iacopo; TARANTOLA STEFANO; DONATELLI MARCELLO; GENOVESE GIAMPIEROArticles in Journals
2007Fourth European Community Innovation Survey: Strengths and Weaknesses of European CountriesCELIKEL ESSER FUNDA; TARANTOLA STEFANO; MASCHERINI MASSIMILIANOEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013A General Probabilistic Framework for uncertainty and global sensitivity analysis of deterministic models: A hydrological case studyBARONI Gabriele; TARANTOLA StefanoArticles in Journals
2001Global Sensitivity Analysis and Scale Effects of a Fire Propagation Model Used over Mediterranean Shrublands.SALVADOR R.; PINOL P.; TARANTOLA Stefano; PLA E.Articles in Journals
2006GLOBAL Sensitivity Analysis, GIS and Multicriteria Evaluation for a Sustainable Planning of a Hazardous Waste Disposal Site in SpainTARANTOLA STEFANOArticles in Journals
2008Global Sensitivity Analysis: An Approach Based on the Contribution to the Sample Mean PlotBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; CASTAINGS William; TARANTOLA StefanoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Global Sensitivity Analysis: The PrimerSALTELLI ANDREA; RATTO MARCO; ANDRES Terry; CAMPOLONGO FRANCESCA; CARIBONI JESSICA; GATELLI DEBORA; SAISANA MICHAELA; TARANTOLA STEFANOBooks
2005Global Uncertainty and Sensitivity Analysis and Neighbourhoods.GIGLIOLI N.; TARANTOLA Stefano; SALTELLI AndreaArticles in Journals
2010Guidelines for optimal estimation of correlation ratios based on Monte Carlo simulation of computer codesBOLADO LAVIN Ricardo; PLISCHKE Elmar; TARANTOLA Stefano; BADEA AncaContributions to Conferences
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